Converting between table formats
+Orange Canvas has a "native" type for representing data tables, namely
+*ExampleTable*. However, this type does not support Unicode well, which is
+a serious limitation in the perspective of text processing. To overcome this
+issue (as much as possible), Orange Textable defines its own table
+representation format, simply called *Table*.
+Every :doc:`table construction widget <table_construction_widgets>` in Orange
+Textable emits data in *Table* format. Instances of these widget must then
+be connected with an instance of :ref:`Convert`, which has mainly
+ - It *converts* data in Orange Textable's *Table* format to the native
+ *ExampleTable* format of Orange Canvas, which makes it possible to
+ use the other widgets of Orange Canvas for visualizing, modifying,
+ analyzing, etc. tables built with Orange Textable.
+ - It *exports* data in *Table* format to text files, in tab-delimited
+ format, typically in order to import them later in a third party data
+ analysis software package; at the time of writing, this scenario is
+ the only way to correctly visualize a table containing data encoded in
+As shown on :ref:`figure 1 <converting_table_formats_fig1>` below, section
+*Conversion* of the widget's interface lets the user choose the encoding
+of the *ExampleTable* object produced in output (**Orange table encoding**);
+variants of Unicode should be avoided here since they are currently not well
+supported by other widgets in Orange Canvas.
+.. figure:: figures/convert_example.png
+ :alt: Basic interface of widget Convert
+ :figclass: align-center
+ Figure 1: Basic interface of widget :ref:`Convert`.
+The encoding for text file export can be selected in the *Export* section
+(**Output file encoding**); in this case there are no counter-indications to
+the use of Unicode. Checkbox **Include Orange headers** triggers inclusion of
+additional table headers in the case where the output file should be later
+re-imported in Orange Canvas. Export proper is performed by clicking the
+**Export** button and selecting the output file in the dialog that appears.
+The take-home message here is this: when you create an instance of a
+:doc:`table construction widget <table_construction_widgets>`, you may
+systematically create a new instance of :ref:`Convert` and connect
+them together. Usually, moreover, you will want to connect the
+:ref:`Convert` instance to a *Data Table* instance (from the *Data*
+tab of Orange Canvas) in order to view the table just built--except in the
+case where it contains Unicode data that wouldn't display correctly in